Historian laureate needed in Halifax
Our poet laureates have brought new ideas to our culture and changed the city. A historian laureate would be an incredible opportunity to go even further.
By Dylan Ames
Tags: City, Voice of the City, Opinion, History, Cornwallis
Dal's sexual assault helpline received 17 “legitimate” calls last year
University-funded service isn't a numbers game, says student union VP: “It's about knowing someone is there to listen.”
Tags: News, Update, Dalhousie University, Education, Reality Bites, Sexual Assault
In-person school delayed a week, isolation requirements shortened
It’s 2022. Do you know what the COVID-19 rules in Nova Scotia are?
A big shift in Nova Scotia’s COVID-19 strategy
Fully vaccinated Canada: animated national COVID vaccination tracker
The COVID vaccine side effects Nova Scotia doesn’t acknowledge
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Try making this at-home dinner feast from The Orient for Chinese New Year
By Chris Stoodley
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By Dan Savage
The Light House Arts Centre’s lofty ambitions
By Morgan Mullin